Identify the path necessary and electives available to complete the Productivity path.
- [Instructor] This path is a legacy path…and though most of the exams…in this path are still available,…this path is essentially going to be replaced…by a new Windows Server 2019 role-based path…as well as the current…Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator path…that contains new exams on Microsoft 365…and Office 365 workloads.…The Productivity Path…and sometimes the term Productivity can be misleading.…This path could be called all the elements…that lead up to Productivity.…
Specifically in this path,…we have the two Windows Server 2012 and 2016 MCSE paths.…The building blocks to Productivity solutions,…the building blocks on which the various software solutions…for Productivity will be deployed,…specifically Exchange Server, SharePoint Server,…or Skype for Business Server.…So these three solutions…which are voice collaboration solutions,…document sharing and Productivity solutions,…as well as email exchange solutions,…will be the solutions that makeup…this Productivity overall solution.…
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- Microsoft certification levels
- Microsoft role-based certification paths
- Exam question types
- Performance-based questions
- Career opportunities that come from certification
- Exam preparation resources
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Microsoft Certification: What Is in a Certification?
The value of certification5m 26s
2. Microsoft Certification: The Role-Based Paths
3. Microsoft Certification: The Legacy Paths
4. Microsoft Certification: The Exams
5. Microsoft Certification: The Opportunities and the Prep Resources
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